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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles 8 Seasons 2013

Season 6
4.6 out of 5 stars (30) IMDb 5.6/10

Bravo Media sets the bar high when the sunny Los Angeles skyline meets the cutthroat world of the Los Angeles real estate market in the sixth season of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.

Starring:
Josh Flagg, Josh Altman

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Season 6

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1. Unfinished Business

The real estate agents are back and the market is on fire, but when both Josh Altman and Madison converge at a brokers' open for Josh Flagg's 14-million-dollar listing, it's obvious there is unfinished business between the three of them.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 7, 2013
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2. Last Laugh

Josh Altman and Josh Flagg come head to head when Altman makes an insulting offer on Flagg's listing. With his eyes on the prize, Flagg gets a much bigger offer. Over in Malibu, Madison has his hands full with precocious twins whose mother was burned by another realtor. To unload from work, Madison finds time for his new love interest Marcos.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 14, 2013
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3. Dire Contingencies

On the brink of the biggest deal of his career, Josh Altman is out to break his own record. But when his ego gets in the way of closing the deal, he jeopardizes his relationship with the other agent. Meanwhile, Madison shops for a Texas couple who is ready to lay down some serious cash for a beach home. Josh Flagg mentors a junior agent.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 21, 2013
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4. Third Degree Burn

The sky is the limit as Madison decides to expand his business outside Malibu. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg takes on a client who refuses to sell his property without interrogating the potential buyer first and it's sibling rivalry of epic proportions when Josh Altman and his brother Matthew co-list a ten-million-dollar estate, still under construction.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 28, 2013
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5. It's Personal

After closing a deal on the mega-property, Josh Altman and his brother Matthew partner up, thus forming the Altman Brothers. It's a blast from the past when Josh Flagg takes on a listing for a high school friend's parents. Madison jumps through hoops to sell a property which involves coyote urine and a surveillance camera.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 4, 2013
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6. Trouble in Paradise

Josh Altman does some major Hollywood style schmoozing when trying to move a spectacular seven-story party pad in the Hollywood hills. On the personal front, Heather is devastated when Josh Altman gives her some hurtful news. Meanwhile, Josh Flagg wins over a potential buyer by finding the way to her heart. Over in Malibu, the ocean side view may not help his current listing; a half-built house on a barren ten-acre property that is four and a half million dollars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 11, 2013
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7. The Battle of Malibu

After guaranteeing a long-time client he can sell her dated condo in one week, Josh Flagg enlists the help of his multi-lingual grandmother, Edith. The real estate world gets a little smaller when Madison and Josh Altman both have clients interested in the same two houses on the same street in Malibu.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 18, 2013
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8. All Aboard

Josh Altman and his brother Matt take on a listing that looks more like a cruise-liner than a home. Madison hopes to seal the deal when he gets a second chance on a listing he was unable to sell. To his chagrin, Josh Flagg is asked to find a house in "The Valley" for a good friend. Meanwhile, Josh Altman makes a stunning announcement and Madison's relationship takes a surprising turn.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 25, 2013
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9. Mexican Retreat

The Altman brothers are thrilled to get a spectacular listing in Brentwood, but then Josh Altman is horrified when his live-in girlfriend Heather co-lists a Malibu property with his nemesis, Josh Flagg. Meanwhile, Marcos invites Madison to Mexico to meet with developers at a luxury resort community.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 2, 2013
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10. Madison v. Heather (AGAIN!)

Madison lists an all glass property that he calls "The Jewel Box," and gets an offer that he may not be able to refuse. Josh Flagg's Malibu co-listing with Heather heats up when Madison shows up at the brokers open. Josh Flagg decides to sell his condo, opening a can of worms between him and Colton. Josh Altman is hired by a longtime client who has painstakingly restored a Spanish-style home.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 9, 2013
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11. This Means War!

Josh Flagg accuses Josh Altman of client poaching when he learns that Altman is working with his former drama camp counselor. With his love life in shambles, Madison buries himself in his work and holds an exclusive charity event for Malibu's finest.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 16, 2013
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12. Love Conquers

As Josh Flagg searches for a new home, he's faced with an ultimatum from Colton. Madison nails a six-million-dollar property in mid-construction. However when the money runs out, the property almost slips through his fingers. Meanwhile, Josh Altman targets high-rolling international buyers with an over-the-top hookah party, and then takes a big step that will change his life forever.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 23, 2013
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This show could be fun, but the petty bickering theme that Bravo uses throughout their shows is sooooo boring. I'd like it more if these guys grew up, and modeled dignified/respectful problem solving skills.
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Love the show bc it shows real estate agents who are extremely professional and smart. Anyone who has an agent half as good as these are, he is golden. They work very hard to sell, sell, sell and they make great ambassadors for their industry. Now they spoiled it for all the other agents... they will look dull, predictable, incompetent in extreme cases. California should pay the producer money for portraying LA and Beverly Hills, Malibu etc under such beautiful light. The houses are to die for.. well except a few that should get their decoration license revoked. But still, the majority is a lesson in taste and architecture. I wish this show went on for a whole year! My fav realtor is Josh Altman, he seems to fight the hardest to get the best deal for his customers. I would absolutely hire him in a heartbeat. For Malibu I would hire Madison bc he is simply the sweetest soul caught in a world of wolves AND he is very good at his job too =)
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I really, really get tired of watching Madison swimming in his lost love. It would be great if this show focused more on the properties. The personal is good if something is actually happening, but once is enough on the so sad thing with him. Otherwise, I like this show. I would like it more if they could find brokers with different names. I hate that two have the same name, because I always get confused. Bad, bad Bravo.
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I am totally enthralled by this show, although it may be not quite reality and is perhaps a bit staged. I have enjoyed learning more about the real estate business and seeing the beautiful homes in Malibu and other parts of Los Angeles. I like the three brokers also, although initially I only liked one of them. I find Josh Flagg to be particularly fascinating. He is a genuine eccentric and at a rather young age. I have to say I prefer this to all other real estate programs.
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Love this show!! Three very different personalities placed together into one show. All episodes are a "hoot" to watch!! BTW..Josh love your shoes/slippers and Madison....what a beautiful smile!!

Lynn Jones
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same ol/same ol.
I watched all the episodes, but it's getting stale. It would be better if they focused on the business more, and less on the "personal" lives of the boys. I mean, really, do you think I care about Josh getting married to that Ho bag?
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The best season yet of MDL-LA. Like him or not, Josh Altman brings much more to the show than the one-dimensional, creepy Chad Rogers. It's amusing to see Josh Flagg get under Altman's skin; interesting to see how much extra time on his hands that Altman seems to have in his attempts to thwart Madison; and entertaining to see the dynamics between Altman and his likeable brother/partner, Matt. We also get to see more of the agents' parents than in previous seasons, which brings added interest.
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I'm not sure why I so enjoy watching these guys navigate a world that is totally foreign to me, but I actually look forward to each week's new episode and get drawn into their dramas. It's also fun to see the fancy real estate in LA.
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